and it was my son actually put me in check once who said i went to his track meet and every time he looked up, my face was in the blackberry, and i was so embarrassed, and i realized that i might have been there in spirit to support him but because i was constantly looking at work, i wasn't -- i really wasn't present, and so that's the danger when you have that kind of immediacy that you can have with technology. i love technology. i'm not saying we should gak to, you know, cave man and using smoke signals to have a conversation with each other, but what i do think is that we do need to set these boundaries. you know, there was a poll i included in the column i wrote in which 33% of the adults who responded thought it was okay to pick up your cell phone during sex. now, if you can't cut off the phone during sex, first of all, i feel bad for your person who you're having sex with, but on the other hand, what is going on with you that you can't make it through sex without picking up your freaking cell phone? that's when you know it's gone a little too far. >> yeah, yeah, yeah.